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Jul 18, 2011 11:00pm PDT
were any good. clerk: all rise. case number 1138: the state of ohio vs. damien winslow. be seated. (anxious sigh) morning, your honor. defense waives reading; asks that all charges be dismissed, in that my client was acting out of necessity. he was coming to the aid of mr. fung lao, whose laundromat was in the process of being robbed at gunpoint. judge: whoa, whoa, whoa. guilty or not guilty. those are your two choices. not guilty, judge. okay. question... and i ask that all charges be dismissed, in that my client was acting as a good samaritan. whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. first case, counsel? no, your honor. as if. well, the way this works is we go through a little fact-finding process... the facts aren't in dispute. my client walked in on an attempted armed robbery. the legal defense of "necessity..." hold on. your honor, sometimes in the interest of judicial economy, and convenience to the witnesses, cases can be expedited. counsel... trials are expensive. they can bankrupt rich people. as for the poor, forget it. this could cost damien winslow his house, if only he had a house, wh
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Jul 6, 2011 6:00pm EDT
with damien in winston, salem, north carolina. >> four jobs. i felt like i had loser tattooed to my forehead. >> the hardest part was telling his young daughter there wasn't enough money to make ends meet. >> she would bring her piggy bank and say daddy, why don't you break in the piggy bank so that you can pay some of bills. >> ten popsicles, $25. >> steven carse. analyst at insurance giant aig, now selling popsicles on the street of atlanta. >> the main thing is when i lost my job you feel helpless. three people, all forced to survival jobs to pay the bills. the underemployed. according to gallup, one in five working americans are in the same boat. it was the school teacher who lost her job. she had two jobs bagging groceries. >> damien hears all the stories. after losing his first job at sarah lee in the early '90s, he founded professionals in business. non-profit that counsels people who have been downsized. the psychological impact of under employment, he says, is devastating. >> they can't look you in the eye because they're ashamed of what has happened. >> i decided i'd do whatever i
Jul 7, 2011 6:00pm PDT
eliminates almost half of those positions. our damien trujillo got a tip about those layoffs and is live in downtown san jose. this is on top of all the local police department layoffs that we've seen over the last few month, too. >> that's right. get ready for this, jess camp some of these are these undercover guys who take down meth labs and raid the pot farms in the hills above the bay area and across california. but the new state budget eliminates 200 officers from the state department of justice, and that should make the drug cartels very happy. this is how they gear up to take down huge pot farms around the state. watch as they carefully dismantle a huge meth lab capable of blowing up the entire san jose neighborhood, and in 2009 they made the biggest heroin bust in santa clara county, 70 pounds all coming from the mexican drug cartels. they are undercover agents with the bureau of narcotic enforcement working under the state department of justice, but now the agency is in trouble. >> it's going to make it that much easier for these organized criminals to do their dirty
Jul 21, 2011 5:00pm PDT
. but why? here's damien. >> reporter: angelo is like many other south bay renters finding himself priced out of the rental market. the latest figures by the real fax company shows rents are rising again, especially in the silicon valley. just ask this south bay techie. >> it's about 1,000 square feet. and it's a little over $2,000. >> a drop in the bucket? >> no. >> all that is compounded by the fact that there's not been a significant amount of new rental housing built in the past couple of years. >> joshua howard is ceo of the california apartment association's south bay headquarters. he thinks the rise in rental prices is actually a good thing. >> i think that we're seeing the economy turn around and this is a sign that the bay area economy is beginning to im. >> research was done on complexes with 50 or more units like this one that are still duplexes in san jose with rents as low as $700 per month. but those come without a pool or a gym. he says he might not be around to see how high the rents will go by this time next year. >> well, they increasing them so rapidly people are having
Jul 20, 2011 7:00am EDT
my right honorable friend the member for ashford damien green was arrested by the metropolitan police, the prime minister and home secretary today were not notified of the details of that investigation. at the time the labour front bench insisted that the matter of ministerial primity that they were not doing do. has he done what he should do and to say otherwise is hi-spock si? >> my right honorable friend makes a very good point. i think when you read the exchange of emails and you see what edward luellen said, you see it was cleared by inadvance of jeremy hayward. we don't live in a country where the prime minister should start ordering who should be arrested and who shouldn't be? >> the home secretary made a statement on monday of over 1,000 words but the two words neil and wallace weren't mentioned. she like me was unaware of his appointment. but we didn't -- we weren't in a situation where neil wallace's buddy was working for us. did the prime minister know neil wallace was giving advice to the metropolitan police. >> no i didn't know. and in relation to the work he did for the
Jul 27, 2011 5:00am PDT
in the bay area today getting ready to be quizzed by jeopardy host alec trebek. >> i'm damien trujillo. these sweet honey clustery things have fiber? fiber one. almost tastes like one of jack's cereals. uh, forgot jack's cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? uh, try the number one! i've never heard of that. [ wife ] it's great. it's a sweet honey cereal, you'll love it. yeah, this is pretty good. are you guys alright? yeah. [ male announcer ] half a days worth of fiber. not that anyone has to know. fiber beyond recognition. fiber one. >>> a boy takes his dog on a walk and ends up getting stabbed in this family friendly park. good morning, i'm marla tellez. what neighbors in this san jose neighborhood are saying about this shocking crime coming up. >>> plus marching in the east bay, the new rally for missing nursing student michelle lei. hours after battling a fire at a plastic factories firefighters say the hot spots are finally out. people living in the area not in the clear yet. a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. a cloudy start, foggy start, wednesday july 27th, this is
Jul 20, 2011 7:30am EDT
that code of conduct unlike damien mcbride. >> mr. speaker, there's been lots of talk of freedom and freedom has to be under the law. will my right honorable friend assure me that any future regulation of the press will balance the interests of ordinary men and women against the legitimate interest of maintaining a free press in this country? >> of course, i give that assurance. i think one of the things that the committee of inquiry will have to battle with is that if you look at some of the great investigative stories that have bust open scandals in the past, my honorable friend is a lawyer and he will know about this. that's one of the reasons we asked this inquiry to do that very difficult work. >> mr. jeremy corbin. >> will the prime minister have another opportunity to say on what occasion where during the he became prime minister he's ever discussed the murdoch bid to take over bskyb? >> the discussion i had was to make sure i wasn't involved in this decision so i didn't discuss it with the culture secretary. i didn't know about the timing about many of the key announcements. i wasn't
Jul 1, 2011 10:00pm EDT
-- not a statistic. he was a young man who took his rap music seriously, stage name damien. >> reporter: this is murder victim leonard smith-matthews. videotaped freestyle rapping several years ago outside north central high school in hyattsville where leonard was in the class of 2008. >> this video was during lunch the friday before christmas break. >> reporter: classmate eddie kyle shot the video of his high school buddies posting them on youtube, this one getting more than 600,000 page views, says leonard was one of the best. >> he had like a really good flow. he didn't mess up and his content was always on point. he always had a story to tell about his life, lot of struggles. >> reporter: that young and colorful life ended last night around 6:30 when smith-matthews was stabbed to death at university town center on east west highway in hyattsville. it was a fight between about two dozen young people. four got stabbed. leonard was the only one who died. >> it's still shocking to me. i was thinking about it today all day at work, so still hard just sinking in. >> reporter: we're not su
Jul 27, 2011 6:00am PDT
, damien. 6:16, radars meantime reporting to training camp. it all begins with them for a team meeting at the naacp marriott. raiders have to work out a lot of roster issues to meet the new salary cap. they play their first preseason game august 11st at the coliseum around the corner. >>> the tough economy put a bay area animal shelter in a tough spot. they are asking the community for help. they are hoping to raise $125,000 in the months to avoid cutting programs and ultimately closing the pleasanton shelter. directors say they have seen a decrease in donations as operating expenses go up. valley humane society has rescued thousands of animals and provided several pet therapy programs for students and the elderly. >>> it will cost to go to burning man this year. the countercultural festival sold out for the first time in history. we checked stub hub and most there are around $100 mark. one seller has a few for $5,000. if you've really got some money to burn, one seller asking $25,000 for a ticket to burning man. let's check in with meteorologist christina loren right now. it is 6:18.
Jul 4, 2011 10:00am EDT
to the 1960's, you have damien bell and richard hofstadter saying that america is on the verge of becoming a working-class state. you have every headline in the 1970's, the 1980's, the evil, angry white male. the white working-class became the scapegoat for the white, liberal elites. they were saying this country would work perfectly well if it were not for these reactionaries -- reactionary working-class whites. the complex plan -- the complex plan -- ku klux klan, things like that, over a -- it is more liberal. the -- i am skeptical sabout -- about this. it's a matter of time. in 1914, you might have anglo- saxon protestants wondering if the country has broken down with the irish, greeks, italians. the only reason we can sit here and talk sitwhites it -- and talk about whites is that all of those european ethnic identities have collapsed. int he -- in the 1970's, that was it. we will see the largest minority, the latinos, that we are 20 years or 30 years from that collapse. it is speculation. >> i want to give back to bill in a second and brought and now the discussion -- to get back to
Jul 27, 2011 8:00pm EDT
, but in 2009, this island was made famous with the canonization when the father st. damien has been canonized. a project in idaho which connected important ecosystems and habitat and important timber lands and preserved grizzlies and gray wolves. in idaho, mcarthur lake corridor which protects acres of critical private timber land. utah benefited it to the dry lakes. it protects not only the timber lands but a scenic view and kept press teen a whole area. as of 2010, two million acres have been protected. it is important to realize that it is not taken from private owners, but it is in partnership with all the parties, including the states to preserve these important habitats for the future. this is the kind of program that we are always talking about and looking for, the preservation through partnerships. not simply government going in and buying things. this is making it possible to some of the actual individuals and communities, the neighbors, for example, in idaho, are able to get together with government to preserve important easements. it is for this reason that i ask to vote for suppor
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